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So today I'm starting a new series of posts that I think parents will truly appreciate. Since joining Weight Watchers in an attempt to get back in shape and live a healthier lifestyle, I began to think, "What if I had learned all this stuff when I was younger?"
While I don't claim to have extensive parenting experience (being as it is that I have no children of my own), I have a lot of experience working with kids ranging in ages from birth to twelve years old. I have been a Special Education teacher for the past fifteen years specializing in students with emotional or behavioral disabilities.
Stations is like a set of pulleys, you can accomplish so much more with it than with teaching alone. The more stations, groups, and activities, the easier your job becomes. As we learned earlier, stations is not simply putting kids at tables or groups and doing activities related to the lesson.
Since I was five years old, my dream was to be a writer. I never thought I could write anything more than a grocery list, but I've managed to put together enough words to make a novel. In fact, what was once a short story I wrote in High School, has now blossomed into three interconnected series of books.
Plowing through #SallySingletary's Discovery. Finished editing the part I'd already written. Now just gotta write some new stuff!! Wish my brain was being a bit more cooperative today! Although at 22,000 words, I suppose I'm nearly a third of the way through the book. Let's just see how much I can get done in the next two weeks!